ganache - Personal blockchain for Ethereum development

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Ganache is your personal blockchain for Ethereum development.Please open issues and pull requests for new features, questions, and bug fixes.

https://github.com/trufflesuite/ganache#readme
https://github.com/trufflesuite/ganache

Dependencies:

@exponent/electron-cookies : ^2.0.0
async : ^2.5.0
electron-compile : ^6.4.2
electron-forge-maker-appimage : ^19.30.3
electron-settings : ^3.1.2
electron-squirrel-startup : ^1.0.0
ethereumjs-testrpc : ^6.0.3
ethereumjs-units : ^0.2.0
find-process : ^1.1.0
lodash : ^3.10.1
moment : ^2.17.1
moment-timezone : ^0.5.11
mousetrap : ^1.6.1
pidusage : ^1.1.5
pluralize : ^5.0.0
react : ^15.4.2
react-dom : ^15.6.2
react-hot-loader : ^3.1.1
react-moment : ^0.2.2
react-redux : ^5.0.2
react-router : ^3.0.1
react-router-redux : ^4.0.7
redux : ^3.6.0
redux-thunk : ^2.2.0
reselect : ^2.5.4
universal-analytics : ^0.4.13
uuid : ^3.1.0
web3 : ^0.18.2

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